|Written by||V. C. Guhanathan|
|Produced by||P. K. V. Sankaran|
|Starring|| A. V. M. Rajan |
|Cinematography||S. Maruti Rao|
|Edited by||O. Narasimhan|
|Music by||K. V. Mahadevan|
|Distributed by||AVM Productions|
Anadhai Anandhan (transl. Orphaned Anandhan) is a 1970 Indian Tamil-language film directed by directed by Krishnan–Panju and produced by Muthuvel Movies.  It stars A. V. M. Rajan, Muthuraman, R. S. Manohar and Anjali Devi. The bond between the lead heroine Jayalalithaa with the orphaned child played by Master Sekhar was the highlight of the film. The film was simultaneously made in Hindi as Chanda Aur Bijli , which released earlier in 1969. It was a successful film on its release. This film was remade in Telugu as Akka Thamudu in 1972. 
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The music was composed by K. V. Mahadevan, with lyrics by Kannadasan. 
|"Alaithavar Kuralukku"||Sirkazhi Govindarajan||04:05|
|"Ulagam Pollatha"||P. Susheela||03:54|
|"Nanainthal Nanaiyatume"||P. Susheela||04:04|
|"Summa Irungale Konjam"||T. M. Soundararajan, P. Susheela||01:55|
|"Jammunnu Vanthigo"||P. Susheela||04:16|
|"Ingu Paarpathai"||L. R. Eswari||04:10|
|"Kannadi Munnadi Thalladi"||T. M. Soundararajan, P. Susheela||04:06|
Anadhai Anandhan was released on 4 September 1970,   and emerged a commercial success. 
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